‘March For Our Lives’ Unites Students And Celebrities For Day Of Protest – Highlights

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The March For Our Lives movement got its emphatic message across Saturday, taking to the streets worldwide and dominating news media, all to demand more gun restrictions from their legislators.

In New York, an estimated 100,000 people, including actor Liev Schrieber and musician Paul McCartney, traveled from Central Park West to Midtown; in Washington D.C., protesters filled Pennsylvania Avenue from a stage near the Capitol for ten blocks down to the White House; while in Los Angeles, a bevvy of celebrities gave support to the effort. More than 800 locations worldwide took part in the orchestrated protest, drawing an estimated million participants.

Some of today’s highlights:

Parkland shooting survivor Samantha Fuentes vomits during speech:

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